We have recently received confirmation of a Leptospirosis case on the Lower North Shore. This dog was from the Artarmon / Crows Nest area. Previously we have only seen cases from the Inner West. Leptospirosis is a highly contagious, potentially fatal bacterial infection that can cause acute kidney failure and liver disease in dogs. Dogs […]
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With the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent health guidelines constantly changing, we want to take this opportunity to remind clients of our commitment to keeping the community safe. We request that you please adhere to the following: Only ONE person per animal in the clinic. If there is more than one person, please be prepared to […]
This gorgeous girl, Coco, came in to visit us recently for her vaccination and Seniors Health Check. Coco is a 10 year old Pug who appeared happy and healthy on the outside. As part of our Seniors Health Check, we ran comprehensive blood and urine tests, as Senior Pets can often be experts at hiding […]
From 1 July 2020, the NSW Government is changing the law regarding cat desexing. Owners of cats not desexed by four months of age will be required to pay an $80 annual permit in addition to their one-off lifetime pet registration fee. Although this is earlier than many people may be used to, we can […]
With the government implementing further restrictions on business operations, we have stepped up our protection measures to keep clients and staff safe. We will now conduct ‘remote’ consults. When you come for your appointment, we request that you remain outside. A nurse will come to you, collect your pet, obtain the best contact number and […]
At Willoughby Vet Hospital, our aim has always been to provide the best possible care for your pet. We are still open for business, however are taking precautions to ensure we keep our clients, staff and community safe. If coming in for an appointment, we request you follow the guidelines below: One person in the […]